August meeting Tuesday, Young Dems Insta Takeover, Absentee voting info – https://mailchi.mp/a4fe800feff2/august3 Original Facebook Post

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Wilton ‘I voted’ stickers celebrate women’s suffrage

Thanks to Pamela Hovland, Julie Hughes, Peggy Reeves, and all who have worked on this great project! https://www.wiltonbulletin.com/news/article/Wilton-I-voted-stickers-celebrate-women-s-15453631.php Wilton ‘I voted’ stickers celebrate women’s suffrage Half a dozen virtual stickers celebrate Wilton women who were ready to vote in 1920. They are meant to be posted on social media after voting in next week's primary. Original Facebook Post

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Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools

I’ve heard this week from people in Connecticut with questions about my proposal to limit federal funding for police in schools, and I want to take a minute to walk you through why I think this bill is important, but also to clear up some misconceptions about what it does and doesn’t do. I hope you’ll take a second to read this. Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools Original Facebook Post

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On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment was added to the US Constitution. To help celebrate the centennial of women’s constitutional right to vote, we will highlight the activists who joined and led the long battle for women’s suffrage. Susan B. Anthony was involved in the abolition and temperance movements. Denied a chance to speak at a temperance convention, she dedicated her life to the cause of women's equality. In…

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Absentee Ballots | Wilton CT

Absentee Ballots | Wilton CT If a registered voter is unable to vote in person on Election Day, s/he may apply to the Town Clerk for an absentee ballot for any of the following reasons: Original Facebook Post

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